The Model Rocket Show
The N00b has hours of audio to edit. - I took my recorder along to document (almost) every single launch I went to this year. There weren't as many formal launches as we had planned, obviously, but I still managed to fly quite a lot. -
After a hiatus (you know, it's 2020...), we're back with The Model Rocket Show! This episode is a classic "workshop" episode fans of The Rocketry Show have come to enjoy - and the N00b is joined by Jesse and Gheem from The Rocketry Show! CG is there,
In this episode, we chat with James Duffy, an accomplished scale modeler and competitor in FAI international model rocketry competitions. James' main specialties in scale modeling are the Bumper WAC - an early American two-stage sounding rocket consis...
In this episode, we talk with Gary Rosenfield, who founded AeroTech Consumer Aerospace in 1982. AeroTech makes ammonium perchlorate composite propellant motors, often referred to as simply "composite motors.
In this episode the Rocket N00b answers some model rocketry questions - some beginner's questions commonly asked on online forums, as well as a couple questions sent to him through social media. "What's the Best Glue?" Yes, we know.
The Omega booster and Cineroc, simulated in OpenRocket by our guest, Jim Parsons In this episode, we talk with Jim Parsons, who was once described as "the Chuck Norris of OpenRocket." OpenRocket is free model rocket design and simulation software whi...
In today's episode, The Rocket N00b talks about FlisKits, the independent model rocket company started nearly 18 years ago by Jim Flis. We take a look back at an annual tradition of CMASS - the Central Massachusetts Spacemodeling Society - known as the...
In our first episode, Daniel The Rocket N00b tells us his "origin story"...how he got into Model Rocketry, and gives an overview on what to expect on future episodes. The Rocket N00b and his fleet.